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Here on Planet Earth, we become, live and perish. We are Planet Earth; we and all of the miraculous diversity of life forms that flourish here. We celebrate Planet Earth on one day a year. Considering we live on Planet Earth every single day of the year and are totally dependent on her, it seems ...
Habitat for Humanity Expands to Oakville - Building Two Homes This YearHabitat Halton, the Habitat for Humanity chapter in Halton region, will be building homes in Oakville for the first time starting in May of 2010.The homes will be built on Elmwood Road with construction set to run from May to ...
Oakville Homeowners Eligible for Free 'peaksaver®' Programmable Thermostat and a $25 Gift for Enrolling !Oakville residents who are single-family homeowners are eligible for the peaksaver® Program, a program designed to help Ontarions save on energy usage and lessen the burden on electricity cons...

By Jenny Kotulak, Broker - Oakville Ontario Real Estate
(RE/MAX Real Estate Centre Inc., Brokerage)
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I often get asked by people thinking of moving to Oakville, which neighbourhoods are the best to live in.  That is a very difficult question to answer.  I am very proud, however to be able to say that there are NO bad neighbourhoods in Oakville. There are many unique areas in Oakville, each with ...

By Jenny Kotulak, Broker - Oakville Ontario Real Estate
(RE/MAX Real Estate Centre Inc., Brokerage)
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The Oaks is a popular high rise  condominium in north Oakville.  This 21 storey building was built in 1973 and consists of 205 - 2 and 3 bedroom units.   Monthly condo fees are in the $500. range and include exterior maintnance and insurance, parking and water.  Annual taxes for the units are app...

By Jenny Kotulak, Broker - Oakville Ontario Real Estate
(RE/MAX Real Estate Centre Inc., Brokerage)
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The neighbourhood of Wedgewood Creek began growing in North East Oakville in the mid 1980's right in the midst of the new home building boom.  Farmer's fields and riding stables became subdivisions of mostly two storey, detached brick homes with double car garages. The Queen Elizabeth Highway is ...
Oakville Children's Choir Holding a Concert to Raise Money for Afghan Women and ChildrenOakville Children's Choir is holding a concert called  an 'Evening of Music' on Friday, April 9 at 7:30pm.The concert is being held at St' John's United Church at 263 Randall Street and the proceeds will go to...
Oakville Master Gardeners to Hold a 'Garden Design Workshop'   The Oakville Master Gardeners group will be hosting a 'Garden Design Workshop' on Saturday, April 10th, 2010.Sean James, owner of Fern Ridge Landscaping and Design Company, will be guiding the workshop from 10am-3pm at the Chartwell C...
Bronte Homes For Sale, Real Estate Market Report For March 2010 - Oakville, OntarioThe historical Village of Bronte, located in Oakville's southwest corner, is one of Oakville's most desirable communities. As one of Oakville's oldest inhabited regions, homes for sale in Bronte are in high demand ...

By Jenny Kotulak, Broker - Oakville Ontario Real Estate
(RE/MAX Real Estate Centre Inc., Brokerage)
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When someone mentions the words Coronation Park in Oakville they are talking about one of two things.  The park itself, located on Lakeshore Road along the shores of Lake Ontario in the western part of Oakville; or the community that surrounds the park.  Homes in the area that surrounds this popu...

By Jenny Kotulak, Broker - Oakville Ontario Real Estate
(RE/MAX Real Estate Centre Inc., Brokerage)
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Coming soon: Oakville's newest neighbourhood will be developed north of Dundas Street (highway 5) stretching up to Highway 407  with Tremaine Road as the western boundary and Ninth Line the boundary to the east. Town plans call for a population of 50,000 residents in this area with employment opp...
Homes For Sale in the Community of Bronte, Oakville, Ontario, Canada The Community of Bronte, in the southwest corner of Oakville, Ontario, began as a small fishing village in 1834 at the junction of 12 Mile Creek and Lake Ontario. The first non-aboriginal setters of Bronte were the United Empire...

By Jenny Kotulak, Broker - Oakville Ontario Real Estate
(RE/MAX Real Estate Centre Inc., Brokerage)
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Neighbourhood Watch - Oakville Ontario - Old Oakville When you mention the words Old Oakville, it conjures up thoughts of heritage homes,  a vibrant downtown core, rich history, Lake Ontario and the 16 Mile Creek and harbour.  This area closest to the downtown boutiques, restaurants and coffee sh...
Downtown Oakville - Historic, Unique and Waiting For YouOakville's main downtown runs along Lakeshore, one of the oldest roads in Ontario.Traveling along you can't help but notice the rich history and beautiful architecture of the buildings, many of which have been preserved for over a century.Cu...
Bronte Creek Provincial Park Easter Egg Hunt....Going to the DogsOn Good Friday, April 2nd, the National Serice Dog team will be at Bronte Creek Provincial Park to take part in the 13th annual 'Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs'.The event is being held to raise $15,000 for programs and services that will ...

By Jenny Kotulak, Broker - Oakville Ontario Real Estate
(RE/MAX Real Estate Centre Inc., Brokerage)
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Thinking of moving to Oakville?  Not sure what neighbourhood would be the best for your family?  Oakville has a neighbourhood that is right for you. Falgarwood is a mature subdivision also known as Iroquois Ridge South.  Its' popularity stems from the fact that it is a mature neighbourhood with l...

By Jenny Kotulak, Broker - Oakville Ontario Real Estate
(RE/MAX Real Estate Centre Inc., Brokerage)
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It was very evident when I stopped to take the following photos,  what was in store for the  old farm home sitting in the middle of a large open field in north Oakville.  All I could think of at the time was that the home had seen better days.  But it did exude character and I always find it sad ...

By Jenny Kotulak, Broker - Oakville Ontario Real Estate
(RE/MAX Real Estate Centre Inc., Brokerage)
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The calendar tells us that spring has arrived in Oakville.  We were very fortunate to have had a mild winter with not much snow to speak of.  Not even a school or business closure day. That's not to say that we won't experience a final flurry or two as we usually do in late March and early April....
Spring Sights Around Bronte Waterfront Heritage Park, OakvilleSpring is in the air in Oakville and residents are coming down to Bronte's waterfront to enjoy the warm weather.Waterfowl are stopping over on their migration north to their breeding grounds and the Canada Geese have arrived back in dr...
March is Nutrition Month and the City of Oakville is celebrating by hosting a 'Healthy Recipe' contest.The 'Make Your Move Healthy Recipe' Contest is open to all residents of Oakville who are 8 yrs and older.There are 3 contest categories: Children 8 - 12 years who are asked to prepare submit a '...

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